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A total of 144 processions of Taazia, Zuljinnah and Alam were taken out from different parts of the city. Most from the community observed voluntary fasts, and were seen holding special prayers, discourses and tazia processions in remembrance of Hussain.
  • US Is Seeking Dialogue With North Korea:

    US Is Seeking Dialogue With North Korea: "We Do Talk to Them"

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    The acting U.S. assistant secretary of state for East Asia, Susan Thornton, told sceptical USA lawmakers ahead of Tillerson's trip that China appears to be on board with the plan to squeeze Pyongyang. 1. "We expect all relevant parties can show their sincerity to pave the way for peaceful talks", Lu said. Tillerson is making his second visit as secretary of state to the world's No.
  • White House: Trump scheduled to make 12-day Asia trip

    White House: Trump scheduled to make 12-day Asia trip

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    In a separate speech on Thursday, Moon said cooperation with the worldwide community to curb the North's nuclear ambitions was at its highest ever and called for the strengthening of South Korea-U.S. North Korea has conducted a series of ballistic missile launches this year, including two launches over Japan in recent weeks, in defiance of worldwide pressure.
  • Hollywood reacts to Trump's Puerto Rico tweets: 'You're going straight to hell'

    Hollywood reacts to Trump's Puerto Rico tweets: 'You're going straight to hell'

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    Trump on Saturday blasted her and those in the territory whom he said "want everything to be done for them ". He tweeted that his critics in Puerto Rico "want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort". Later on CNN Friday, Cruz did something Trump would never do: She praised the press for telling Puerto Rico's story. She left Puerto Rico to study at Boston University and graduated with honors before earning a master's degree in public management and policy ...
  • SNL's Trump to San Juan Mayor: 'You Should've Paid Your Bills'

    SNL's Trump to San Juan Mayor: 'You Should've Paid Your Bills'

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    Cruz has blasted the federal response to the storm recovery and said people are dying because of the bureaucratic issues, but Trump has said thousands of workers are on the island doing great work. She said that if anyone can send anything solar-powered, she would pick it up and distribute it. "When the President of the United States says something so racist & untrue, so false, it leaves a permanent stain with those who believe him", Mr.
  • One dead in knife attack at Marseille, France, train station

    One dead in knife attack at Marseille, France, train station

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    A witness said she saw a man take out a knife from his sleeve and then stab a young girl and then a second woman, shouting what could have been "Allahu Akbar". No other details were immediately available. France's interior minister said on Twitter he was heading to Marseille following the attack. At the time, French authorities said the assailant was suffering from a mental illness.
  • United States sees no indication of denuclearization talks with DPRK

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    For now, the United States seems open to seeing what North Korea wants or is willing to talk about: "We haven't gotten that far yet", he said. The U.S. In its latest step to comply with the sanctions, China on Thursday ordered North Korean-owned businesses to close by early January. General Assembly in which he ridiculed Kim as "Rocket Man" on a "suicide mission".
  • Hurricane Lee remnants to usher in heavy rain and gales

    Hurricane Lee remnants to usher in heavy rain and gales

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    Weather experts have monitoring the massive tropical storm systems as they churn through the Atlantic Ocean towards the country. Britain is on course for heavy rain and gales during a turbulent weekend as remnants of Hurricanes Lee and Maria are picked up by a low pressure system moving across the Atlantic .
  • Trump offers help after Mexico quake

    Trump offers help after Mexico quake

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    The girl told rescuers that there were other students nearby, but she couldn't tell if they were alive, according to broadcaster Televisa . The girl, identified only as Frida Sofia, told rescuers that there were two other students almost, but she couldn't tell whether or not they were still alive, according to broadcaster Televisa .
  • Japan's defence chief warns of possible North Korea provocation on Oct 10

    Japan's defence chief warns of possible North Korea provocation on Oct 10

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    Moon said his government was accelerating work on three military programs: a pre-emptive strike system known as "Kill Chain" that would target North Korean missile sites; an air and missile defense system; and a program created to launch devastating strikes against North Korea's military and political leadership should it start a war.
  • Saudi Princess Nourah University to establish a women driving school

    Saudi Princess Nourah University to establish a women driving school

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    The female muftis will be chosen by a royal decree. The decree orders the formation of a ministerial body to give advice on the practicalities of the edict within 30 days and to ensure the full implementation of the order by June 2018. Plans are already in motion to get women behind the wheel in Saudi Arabia. "This is the right time to do the right thing;" Prince Khaled told reporters, adding that the decision was a "huge step forward" and that Saudi "society is ready".
  • Trump's visit to Philippines confirmed

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    Donald Trump will visit Asia for the first time since becoming president in a tour that will see him "confront the North Korean threat", the White House said. In a statement on Saturday, Malacañang said President Rodrigo Duterte is looking forward to welcoming Trump. China president Xi Jinping met Trump at the latter's Mar-a-lago beach resort in Florida in July.
  • Russian Federation says ready to work with North Korea to resolve missile crisis

    Russian Federation says ready to work with North Korea to resolve missile crisis

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    Referring to Kim Jong-Un as "Rocket Man", President Trump threatened that he would "totally destroy" North Korea , in order to defend the USA or its allies. The representative of Korea also denounced the American leader that he has signed the decree about introduction of sanctions against North Korea . China has long supported North Korea because it serves as a buffer from United States troops stationed in South Korea , but Barthelemy Courmont, a China specialist at the Institute ...
  • Ex Armyman from Assam Branded as 'Bangaldeshi'

    Ex Armyman from Assam Branded as 'Bangaldeshi'

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    On the accusation of being an illegal immigrant, he said, "If I were an illegal Bangladeshi, how could I serve the Indian army? ". Haque, who lives in Chayyagaon, 70 km from Guwahati , received a notice in September from the foreigner's tribunal, according to reports.
  • Thousands taking part in March for Choice rally

    Thousands taking part in March for Choice rally

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    As it stands, terminations are only permitted when the mother's life is at risk. However, women are allowed to travel overseas for termination, with around 4,000 coming to Britain every year for a legal abortion. The right to life remains a divisive issue, with pro-choice activists pressing for a more liberal system, similar to England where many Irish women travel to procure abortion services .
  • President Trump to travel to Asia

    President Trump to travel to Asia

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    In the Philippines, Trump will attend the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit and Related Meetings, scheduled from November 10-14 in Clark Field, Pampanga. Kim, in turn, has called Trump a "mentally deranged US". Japan and South Korea, the prominent USA allies in the region, are the immediate neighbours of North Korea .
  • Heavy police presence near Commonwealth Stadium, officers checking vehicles

    Heavy police presence near Commonwealth Stadium, officers checking vehicles

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    The vehicle struck a police officer, sending him "flying into the air 15ft". Officers said the policeman was on duty at a Edmonton Eskimos game before a auto rammed into a police vehicle. Finally, the UHaul truck flipped on Jasper Avenue - the driver was apprehended and is in custody. They added they did not believe the general public were at further risk.
  • Trump to travel to 5 countries in Asia in November

    Trump to travel to 5 countries in Asia in November

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    US President Donald Trump is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the ASEAN summit, slated to be held in Manila on November 13-14. In a statement on Saturday, Malacañang said President Rodrigo Duterte is looking forward to welcoming Trump.
  • Boris Johnson warns Theresa May Brexit transition can not exceed two years

    Boris Johnson warns Theresa May Brexit transition can not exceed two years

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    The moves come after members of the PM's inner circle were incensed by the latest attack on her authority by the Foreign Secretary, which came on the eve of the conference in Manchester. Party grandees including former Brexit minister David Jones today insist the Prime Minister should give formal notice that the United Kingdom will leave without a deal if "serious" talks on a free trade deal have not begun by the end of the year.
  • North Korea shows no interest in nuke talks

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    President Donald Trump exchange personal insults and threats of war with no sign of a diplomatic solution. It will be their third meeting, if they do indeed meet, after delegation-level talks in June in Washington D.C. He seemed confident that his deal-making skills could extend to nuclear disarmament, but at times talked about getting other powers - chiefly China and Iran - to deal with North Korea for him, because they would have more leverage.